Callington, Cornwall PL17 8EA
Facilities for Tents, Caravans and Campervans
- 6 acre, well-drained, level site with spectacular views across East Cornwall
- 30 hook-ups for power
- Shower and toilet block
- Dogs welcome
- WiFi Internet access
- Take-away meals available from the Engine House Cafe
All Season simple tariff
- Camping £8.00 p.p.p.n
- Under 16s £5.00 p.p.p.n
- Caravan/Motorhomes £8.00 p.p.p.n
- Under 16s £7.00 p.p.p.n
- Electric Hook-up £4.50 p.n (if available)
To book a pitch with us please visit www.pitchup.com
Compton Park closest village is Kelly Bray, a five minute walk away, which has a local pub and a laundrette.
Compton Park overlooks Callington, an ancient Cornish town with its mural project and pleasant town centre, providing everything that people require, food shops, hardware stores, banking, supermarket, leisure facilities and old Cornish pubs. Callington is a twelve minute walk from Compton Park.
Things to See and Do
Compton Park is an ideal centre for exploring Cornwall, Plymouth, West Devon and Dartmoor. From the park the A38 and A30 roads are quickly accessible, providing easy access to many tourist attractions. From Gunnislake (2 miles) there is a regular train service to the Bere Peninsula and Plymouth along the scenic Tamar Valley line.
Local attractions include:
- Kit Hill Country Park 400 acres of rugged granite hilltop, rich in mining heritage and wildlife. Right on our doorstep.
- National Trust houses and gardens at Cotehele, Buckland Abbey, Antony and Lanhydrock
- Dartmoor. 368 square miles of open moorland, granite tors, deep valleys, and picturesque villages.
- Morwellham Quay Edwardian mining village on the Tamar.
- Tamar Valley Donkey Park. Donkey sanctuary, indoor play barn
- Tree Surfers at Gunnislake. Woodland sports and mountain biking
- Plymouth City - the Barbican, Plymouth Hoe, National Marine Aquarium, boat trips, shopping centre, restaurants, theatre and cinemas
- Safe family beaches along the south and north coasts of Cornwall
- Looe, Polperro and Fowey - traditional Cornish fishing villages
- Jamaica Inn high on Bodmin Moor, made famous by author Daphne Du Maurier
- Eden Project - a 45 minute drive.
- Watersports at Roadford and Siblyback Lakes
- Mining Heritage on Bodmin Moor and in the Tamar Valley
- Steam Railways at Launceston, Bodmin and in the Plym Valley